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DG ISI Nadeem Anjum granted extension

Summary in this respect was approved on late Thursday, September 14.

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Director General (DG) Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Lieutenant General Nadeem Anjum has been granted an extension in service, an official source has confirmed to The News, putting to rest speculations in this regard.

The summary in this respect was approved late Thursday, September 14.

Nadeem Anjum succeeded Faiz Hameed as DG ISI on November 20, 2021, when the latter was posted as corps commander, in Peshawar. Earlier, he was commander of Karachi Corps where he had served since his promotion to three-star general in September 2019. A native of Mohra Sheikhan, Gujjar Khan, Nadeem was commissioned in September 1988 and belongs to Pakistan Military Academy’s 78th Long Course. He is from the Punjab Regiment. Nadeem has served at various important positions right from the restive parts of the Federally Administered Tribal Area, now merged into KP, to Balochistan and at the Line of Control. He commanded a brigade in Kurram Agency and headed Frontier Constabulary, Balochistan as its inspector general. He graduated from the Royal College of Defense Studies in the United Kingdom and obtained a master’s degree from the Asia-Pacific Centre for Security Studies in Honolulu, USA.

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